STET The English Theatre invites children aged 4 – 11 years to take part in one of four energetic theatre workshops entitled “No Strangers Here!”
The workshop leaders are native English-speaking professionals who love working with children in this age group. Kaylee Good (US) and Claudiu Lodan (UK) will enchant and delight their audience using theatre games which encourage children in building trust and connections with each other.
The theme of the workshops has a close connection to the theme of the Fair: Bringing Communities Together. The workshops are geared to help children understand themselves, but also get to know that they belong to a group or community. To emphasise that we may be different, but also the same, that sharing time and building trust is beneficial for all of us!
Your children will move around in the space, play imaginative theatre games and take part in ensemble building activities during this short and sweet half hour. The workshops will be full of surprises as the workshop leaders invite their participants to join in their wonderful journeys of discovery.
The two passionate and energetic workshop leaders will present their interactive games in STET’s cosy workshop space on the first floor.
Children aged 4 – 11 are invited to attend one of the four free 30 minute workshops at:
12:30 (4-8 yrs)
13:30 (4-8 yrs)
14:30 (6–11 yrs)
15:30 (6-11 yrs)
STET The English Theatre are kindly offering these workshop free of charge to visitors at the Fair. There is no need to register in advance but places are limited. Please queue at the stairs* to the Children’s Theatre in advance of the workshop.
*to the left of the main entrance, next to the Raadzaal.
Entry to the Feel at Home International Community Fair 2020 is free for visitors who reserve their tickets in advance. You can register for up to 4 Free Tickets per order. Visitor registration will open on 1 December 2019.